Am 31.10.2013 16:14, schrieb Michael Schwendt:
On Thu, 31 Oct 2013 13:56:53 +0100, Reindl Harald wrote:
>>> currently on a x86_64 system distro-sync to F19 is broken
>>> i saw the same in F18 with updates-testing enabled on
>>> a machine with i686 packages some days ago and download
>>> the openssl packages for both archs from koji and
>>> doing a "yum localupdate" worked fine
>>> Error: Package: 1:openssl-1.0.1e-29.fc18.i686
>> Where did you find openssl.i686 in the x86_64 repos?
>> Did you download it from koji? The repo id in brackets is suspicious.
>> Here is only openssl.x86_64 release -30.fc18:
>> Here is only openssl.x86_64 release -28.fc18:
> yum --enablerepo=updates-testing update openssl\* did not work because
> different versions for x86_64 and i686 and so i downloaded it from koji
Why did you have openssl.i686 installed on x86_64 to begin with?
You have messed up your installation. :-(
Have you use rpm -Uvh instead of rpm -Fvh? Or why have you installed
the machine has a long history
>> It seems to me the openssl base package is not pulled in by
>> composer (because openssl-devel only requires openssl-libs)
> but skype or whatever pulls dependencies
Skype is not included with Fedora. Skype does not (and cannot) influence
which packages are multilib'ed when the repos are composed. Skype 32-bit
doesn't depend on "openssl". What on your machine depends on 32-bit
and not "openssl-libs"?
i was the impression that in such cases all or nothing should be x86_64 and i686
or at least if both can be installed parallel they are also updated clean